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eminentadjective

 us   /ˈem·ə·nənt/
  • eminent adjective (FAMOUS)

famous and important: The commission consisted of fifteen eminent political figures.
  • eminent adjective (NOTICEABLE)

noticeable or worth remarking on, or very great: This shows eminent good sense.
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Translations of “eminent”
in Vietnamese xuất chúng…
in Spanish eminente…
in Malaysian bagus…
in Thai ที่เด่น…
in French éminent…
in German bedeutend…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顯赫的, 卓越的, 著名的…
in Russian выдающийся, видный…
in Turkish ünlü, seçkin, güzide…
in Chinese (Simplified) 显赫的, 卓越的, 著名的…
in Indonesian terkemuka…
in Polish wybitny, znakomity…
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